· China home-built aircraft carrier conducting sea trials →
China is seen as striving to overtake the US as the dominant naval power in Asia and already boasts the world’s largest navy in numbers of vessels.
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The task force had also inspected 22,722 private vehicles, 1,894 public vehicles and 420 vessels.
The New York Times
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Chilblains are caused by inflammation in small blood vessels in reaction to cold or damp conditions, but they are usually common in the coldest winter months.
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And, at the urging of France, the EU is pushing hard for an ambitious deal on fishing in which EU vessels could enjoy the same access to British waters as they did before the divorce.
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All passengers from the ill-fated Ruby Princess cruise ship have been contacted by NSW Health after a crew member on the vessel was diagnosed with tuberculosis last week.
The Japan Times
· China’s first homegrown aircraft carrier conducting sea trials →
China is seen as striving to overtake the U.S. as the dominant naval power in Asia and already boasts the world’s largest navy in numbers of vessels.